Lecturer in Human Resource Management or Human Resource Development
Business and Management Studies,Human Resources Management,Other Business and Management Studies
Short info about job
Company: Coventry University
Department: Faculty of Business and Law, School of Marketing and Management
Salary: £32,557 to £40,002 per annum
Hours: Full Time
Contract type: Permanent
Type / Role: Academic or Research
Phone: +44-1359 3516143
Fax: +44-1260 7676391
Detail information about job Lecturer in Human Resource Management or Human Resource Development. Terms and conditions vacancy
Coventry University is a dynamic, global and transformational ‘Modern University’. With a proud tradition as a provider of innovative teaching and learning and a focus on impactful research. It is ranked no. 12 UK University in the Guardian University Guide 2018, is the UK’s top new university (The Guardian and the Complete University Guides 2018), 4th for student experience and teaching quality (The Times and the Sunday Times Good University Guide 2017) and gold TEF award.
Within the Faculty of Business and Law, the School of Marketing and Management seeks to appoint an experienced, highly motivated Lecturer in Human Resource Management or Human Resource Development. The post holder would contribute to the provision of high quality teaching and research at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. There will also be opportunities to be involved with delivery on our executive education courses. You will join a highly regarded, research active and student-centred team of colleagues in delivering our HRM courses.
Our commitment to high quality teaching and research goes hand-in-hand with an equally strong commitment to providing a stimulating and supportive working environment for talented individuals who can make a lasting contribution to our continuing development and success.
Applicants will need at least a Masters degree (or professional equivalent) in a relevant management focused subject and recent teaching experience. Preference will be given to candidates holding PhDs / close to completion and/or with a record of publications in the relevant field. Your growing research portfolio and your ability to network and develop partnerships with external organisations will further enhance the School’s profile.
Closing date: 30th September 2017.